Did Kansas lawmakers do enough to satisfy the state’s highest court this week? The Kansas Supreme Court gave lawmakers an ultimatum. Make funding equitable or face a shutdown of schools. The court listened to arguments on both sides for more than two-and-a-half hours this week. Did they deliver a verdict? Also on this Friday, May ...Continue Reading
On this edition of Arts Upload: Mary Ann and China Pettway from the renowned Gee’s Bend Quilt collective recently visited Kansas City. This week, Ashley Holcroft finds out how local parishioners made the cross-cultural collaboration possible. We take you to Mission Hills for another installment of My Favorite Fountain that is certainly no ugly duckling. We ...Continue Reading
Mike Shanin interviews Kansas Secretary of Revenue Nick Jordan about the budget shortfall in Kansas. Then Mary O’Halloran, Gwen Grant, Ron Freeman and Jon Stephens discuss the biggest challenges for dealing with the budget crisis in Kansas, Yael Abouhalkah’s column about the initial reaction to the streetcar launch and what it means for its future ...Continue Reading
Satisfy your chocolate cravings with this sweet marathon! Dive in as Create chefs prepare a variety of decadent chocolate treats. The menu includes: Jacques Pepin’s decadent chocolate soufflé, America’s Test Kitchen‘s chocolate crinkle cookies, Nick Stellino’s old-fashioned chocolate pudding, Julia Child’s oven-roasted plum cakes with chocolate sauce, Rick Bayless’ Oaxacan-style tres leches cake, Annabel Langbein’s ...Continue Reading
Guest post by Judy Ulitchny A Simple Beginning to a Great Adventure This wonderful adventure began with a visit to the library. While wandering through the stacks I saw the book, The Faith Club by Ranya Idliby, Suzanne Oliver and Priscilla Warner. Intrigued by the title and the photo of three young women on the cover, I took ...Continue Reading
Over 100 creative authors submitted stories to the 2016 KCPT PBS Kids Writers Contest for Kindergarten through 3rd grade students. Here are this year's winners.